running Neo4j 3.2 with APOC in Docker

Neo4j 3.2.0 was released last week at GraphConnect Europe. Among lots of cool new features, unfortunately it has one new “feature” making life of APOC users little bit harder, esp. if you run Neo4j from docker.  Background Since 3.0 you can enrich Cypher with your own stored procedures. Those are written in Java (or any other […]

WiFi at Deutsche Bahn + Ubuntu + Docker == trouble

Recently Deutsche Bahn started wifi for everyone travelling with a ICE. So far I had trips where it just worked great, on other trips I could not even connect – not on mobile phone nor on my laptop. Today it was different We have great signal strength, wifi on my phone works like a charm. […]

running Neo4j graphgists locally with

Neo4j has a excellent tool for documenting graph models called graphgists. As the name suggests graphgists are typically stored as github gists in asciidoc format. Additionally to the regular asciidoc you can embed executable cypher and a Neo4j console in a graphgist. For most people it’s perfectly fine hosting their graphgists at github or dropbox. […]